Hysan Place Archives - Inside Retail Asia
Twenty Hong Kong shopping malls have joined a program launched by Deliveroo to help food & beverage tenants survive the coronavirus by expanding their delivery business.
Owndays Hong Kong is set to open stores in Wan Chai and Causeway Bay.
Lee Gardens in Causeway Bay is teaming up with Hot Toys, the collectible-figures brand, in an exhibition celebrating the Avengers: Endgame.
Fashion label OK has opened a new pop-up in I.T Blue Block’s fashion flagship in Hysan Place, Causeway Bay.
An Exi.T sneaker store installation at I.T’s flagship is being staged at Hysan Place in collaboration with Vans, New Balance, Adidas and Nike.
Hysan Place Developments’ latest shopping centre, Lee Garden Three, has opened its doors.
Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory (TMCF) has introduced a new concept at Langham Place in Mong Kok, Cow Cow Cafe.
Kate Morris has her winning collection from the EcoChic Design Award on display at Lane Crawford in IFC Mall.
Lipstick-inspired drinks and nibbles will feature at the pop-up Lips Cafe in Causeway Bay next month.
Robert Stockdill looks at the impact of Hong Kong pop-ups on the broader retail landscape.
The owner of lifestyle store Kapok has accused Bauhaus Hong Kong of copying his store’s interior design.
After an investment property revaluation, Hysan Development reports a profit decline for its latest six months.